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7 ARGYLL STREET, OXFORD CIRCUS, W.1. 





CATALOGUE 


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Rare Coins, War Medals, 


AND 


Fire Marks. 


For Sale by Auction 


AT OUR GALLERIES 
7 ARGYLL STREET, OXFORD CIRCUS, W.1, 


ON 


MONDAY, MAY 5th, 1930, 


AT 1.30 P.M. PRECISELY. 


On View Friday and Saturday prior and Morning of Sale 
PLEASE NOTE TIME AND PLACE OF SALE—1.30 P.M 


CONDITIONS OF SALE. 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer ; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided 
the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


SECOND.—No person to advance less than Is. ; above five pounds, 
5s. ; and so on in proportion. 


THIRD.—In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the 
auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the 
seller. 


FourTH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, or more in 
part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
if vequived ; in default of which the lot or lots so pur- 
chased to be immediately put up again and resold. 


FrrtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove 
to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the 
catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, 
provided always that notice of such rejection be made 
and the lot returned within seven days from date of 
sale. 


SIXTH.—The auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible 
for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents 
between buyer and seller and for both equitably. 


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Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus :— 
A’ = gold, A = silver, AZ = copper or bronze. 


Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale, Extremely fine, Very 
fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated 
it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not in 
good condition. 





Lot 
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6 


CATALOGUE 


OF 


Rare Coins, War Medals 


AND 


Fire Marks. 


On MONDAY, MAY 5rtu, 1930. 
AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY, 


AN, James II., Five Guineas, 1688, edge ANNO REGNI QVARTO. 
Good state ] 


AN, William and Mary, Five Guineas, 1691, their busts con- 
joined, elephant and castle below. Good state and rare | 


AN’, William III., Five Guineas, 1699, edge ANNO REGNI 
UNDECIMO. Very good state I 


A’, George II., Five Guineas, 1729, youthful bust, edge 
TERTIO. Fine 1 


AN, George III., Spade Guinea, 1798, very fine; Sovereign, 
2 


1817 


A’, French Ten Franc pieces, of 1856 two, 1858 two, 1859 two 
1864, and 1906 8 


A’, German 10 Marks, 1890 ; Russian 5 Rubles, 1898 ; U.S.A., 
24 Dollars, 1876, and 1 Dollar, 1872. Fine 4 


AR, French 5 Francs, 1851; and other s¢ver coins (13), 


nickels, and coppers 130 


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20 


/R, Edward-the-Confessor, Pennies of Canterbury and 
Hastings ; Groats of Henry VI. Restoration Coinage, 
York Mint, vave; Henry VII. (3), Henry VIII., and 
Charles I., Aberystwith Mint. Except the York coin, 
all fine . 6 


AN, VicToriA, pattern Five Pounds, 1839, obv. VICTORIA: D:G:, 
&c., head to left, w. WYON - R.- A’, on truncation, 
vev. DIRIGE DEUS GRESSUS MEOS, Una and the Lion, 
MDCCCXXXIX in exergue, edge inscribed. Brilliant and 
vare 1 


A, GEorGE IV., pattern Two Pounds, 1825, obv. GEORGIUS IV. 
DEI GRATIA -, Chantry’s bust, edge-plain. Brilliant, 
and very rare with this edge 1 


Edward VIL., set of specimen coins, 1902, gold, £5, £2, £1, and 
10/—; stlver, Crown to Sixpence, and Maundies. Very 
jine frosted proofs, in leather case 13 


A’, Victoria, Two Pound piece, 1887, Jubilee type. Very fine 
| 


A’, George IV., Two Pound piece, 1823 ; Half Guinea, 1810. 
AR, Victoria, Crown, 1890; ten silver, and four copper 
coins 17 


AR, Medal on the Recovery of Treasure from a Spanish Wreck, 
1687, obv. busts of James II. and Mary, vev. SEMPER 
TIBI PENDEAT HAMvs. M.J. 33/619. Very fine 1 


AX, Crowns of James II., 1688, and Anne, 1707, post-Union 
type. Both fine 2 


AX, Dundee Shilling Token. 1777; and countermarked Half- 


penny of the Adelphi Cotton Works 2 
A’, James II., Touch Piece, in imitation of the old-time 
Angels, pierced for use. Fine and rare 1 
AN, Edward III., Noble, 4th coinage, Ist issue i 


AN, Austria, Louis II. (1516-25), medallic Four Ducats, 
1544, commemorating his Coronation and Death, 1508 
and 1544. Very fine and rare 1 





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GOLD COINS. 


From the Collection of a Nobleman. 


A’, AustrRiA, Francis Joseph, Half Krone, 1858, m.m. A 
(=Vienna). Fine and scarce | 


A’, AUGSBURG, Joseph II., Ducat, 1767, rev. AUGUSTA 
VINDELIC. Brilliant state. Plate 2 l 


A’, BAMBERG, Bishop Francis Ludwig, Gulden, 1786, rev. 
figure of St. Rilian, value and date. Brilliant state. 
Plate 2 l 


A), FRANKFURT, Ducat, 1646, vev. DVCATVS . NOVVS. REIPVBL . 
FRANCO. FVRT. within wreath. Fine l 


A’, HAMBURG, Charles VI., Double Ducat, 1713, CAROL: VI: 
D:G:, &c., double-headed eagle crowned, 1713 below. 
Very fine ] 


A’, HANOVER, George V., Half Krone, 1866, GEORG V. V.G.G. 
KOENIG V. HANNOVER. Very fine I 


AN’, MuNSTER, Bishop Christopher Bernard von Galen, Six 
Ducats, 1661, on the Capture of the Town, obv. view of 
the town, St. Paul above, vev. shield with helms and 
mitre above. Beautiful state, and very rare. Plate 2 1 


A, Prussia, Frederick the Great, Frederick d’Or, 1750, 





m.m. A. Fine and scarce 1 
AN, Frederick the Great, Frederick d’Or, 1777, m.m. A, 
reverse varied from the last. Very fine and scarce ] 
A, SAxony, John George I., 1615 to 56, Five Ducats, obdv. 


PRO . LEGE . ET. GREGE ., equestrian figure of the Duke 
holding baton, vev. SCOPVS . VITH . ME . CHRISTVS . 
very fine and very rare. Plate 2 l 


A’, BRABANT, Maria Theresia of Austria, Double Souverain, 
1766, MARIA . TH. D.G., &c., bust to right, vev. crowned 
shield, date below. Fine ] 


Maria Theresia, Double Souverain, 1779, as last. 
Very good state ] 





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AN’, GRONINGEN, Pieces of 14 and 7 Gulden, 1761, ov. armed 
knight galloping to right, vev. crowned shield, date and ~ 
value. Both in mint state. Plate 2 2 


A’, HoLLAND, William III., Twenty Gulden, 1851, WILLELM 
III KONING DER NED. C.H.V.L., bust to left. Very fine 
and vare. Plate 2 


A, Huneary, Francis Joseph, Half Krone, 1858, m.m. E 
(=Karlsburg). Very fine 1] 


A, VALENCIA, Ferdinand II , Ducat, 1516, vev. VALENCIE x 
MAIORICARVM x S. Mint state and rare 1 


AN, PoLanp, Wladislaus IV., Ducat of Dantzig, 1634, rev. 
MON - AVREA : CIVI + GEDANENSIS., shield and supporters, 
Very fine. Plate 2 


, —— Wladislaus IV., Double Ducat of Dantzig, rev. Ex 
AURO SOLIDO . CIVITAS GEDANENSIS FIERI . F:, view of 
city and river, the date below, 1647. Very fine and rare. 
Plate 2 1 





John Casimir (1648-68), Triple Ducat of Dantzig, 
vev. as last, except that date is omitted and the value 
indicated, : 3. Extremely fineand rare. Plate2 1 





A’, Mexico, Twenty Pesos of the Republic, 1870, Mexico 





City Mint. Very fine 1 
A, Ten Pesos, 1870, similar type, but Oaxaca Mint. 
Very fine 1 
A’, —— Two Escudos, 1839, of Guadalaxara ; Half Escudo, 
1855 ; U.S.A. Dollars, 1851, 1853, and 1862; Spanish 
Half Escudo, 1786; and two others 8 


AR, Mexican Dollars (9); Crowns of George III. and IV.; 
lesser silver coins (82); copper and nickel coins, and 
bank notes a parcel 


Pe, CHINA, Ten Taels, large cast ingot, countermarked five 
times, to indicate its weight and purity of metal. Fine, 
rare, and interesting 1 





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45 A, HAMBURG, Five Ducats, 1751, obv. St. Michael defending 
a church, vev. classical figure, with square and plumb. 
Very fine 1 


46 A, DANisH GuINEA, Christian VI., Ducat, 1730, of Christians- 
borg, obv. crowned cypher and titles, vev. CHRISTIANS- 
BORG. 1 GUINEA, viewofthefort. Very fineandrare 1 


47 AV, Iraty, Ferdinand IV., Six Ducats, 1776, obv. bust to 
| right, vev. arms, D-—-— 6 below. Very fine 1 


48 JA, Russia, Catherine II., Five Rubles, 1788, vev. five shields 
cruciformly, date in angles. Very fine and rare 1 





49 JA, Elizabeth, Two Rubles, Ruble, and Half Ruble, 


all 1756. Fine and rare S 


50 A, TurRKEy, Mohammed V., 50 Piastres, 1910 (2), commemo- 
rating his visits to Adrianople and Kossova ; Arabic 
Dinar 3 


LARGE SILVER COINS OF BRUNSWICK. 


S0A AX, FREDERICK ULRICH, broad Triple Taler, 1624, vev. DEO . 
ET . PATRI . ANNO . DOMINI MDCXXIV, oval shield, five 
helms above. Very fine and rare. Diam. 3-4in. 
Plate | 1 


51 A, AucGustus, 1635-66, broad Double Taler, 1655, AaucusTus 
| V.G.G. HERZOG, &c., equestrian figure of the Duke to 
right, vev. ALLES . MIT . BEDACHT . ANNO 1655 . H.s., 
shield and helms. Very fine. Plate 1 1 


'52 A, —— Broad memorial Double Taler, 1666, AUGUSTI 
AUGUSTAM VIRTUTEM FAMA CORONAT, bust of the Duke 
crowned by Fame and Victory, vev. ALLES MIT BEDACHT, 
fourteen small shields. Very fine 1 


53 AX, RuDOLPH AuGusTuUS, broad Triple Taler, 1685, vev. D..G. 
RUDOLPH . AUGUSTUS DUX BRUNS . ET . LUN ., shield 
surmounted by five helms. Extremely fine and rare. 
Plate 1 ] 


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15 


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18 


14 


16 


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61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


AR, Ernest AvuGustus, broad Double Taler, 1680, rev, 


AX, GEORGE WILLIAM, 1} -Taler, .1662, vev. PIETATE ET 


AX, FREDERICK OF CELLE, broad Four Talers, 1639, vev. FRIED . 


AR, RUDOLPH AuGuUSTUS, broad Double Taler, 1686, rev. 


AX, North American Indian Chief’s medal, bust of King i 


AR, Norwich 4d., Richard Bacon, 1794, view of castle. 


AR, George V., original bag with Maundy coins, 1911, com- 


AR, —— Bag, 1914, 49 Pence, complete 
/R, —— Bag, 1924, 59 Pence, complete 
‘XR, —— Bag, 1925, 60 Pence, complete 
AR, —— Bag, 1926, 51 Pence (1 set missing) 


‘EZ, Jettons of the Low Countries, mostly 16th Century. Al 


/z, Irish Confederate Catholics, Halfpenny, issued Oct., 1642, 


8 


VARIS IN MONTIBUS EADEM, ship upon the sea, rocks in 
the foreground, mountains in the distance, a hand 
descending from the clouds. Extremely fine. Plate1 1 


IUSTITIA, the two goddesses, stamped 1} for the value. 
Fine, a vare denomination ] 


ERNEHRD . UNFRIED VERZEHRD, shield with five helms 
above, the value 4 below. Very fine and very rare. 
Diam. 3-2in. Plate 1 1 


REMIGIO ALTISSIMI, shield of arms, five helms above, 
date below. Extremely fine and rare. Diam. 2-51n, 
Plate 1 . 1 


armour to right, GEORGIUS III DEI « GRATIA, seven rivets 
in front armour, the Royal Arms (no legend), lion’s paw 
touching NI of HONI. 342m. diam. With original ot 
for suspension. Extremely fine, very rare 


D. & H. 13. Very rare proof in silver, mint state 1 


plete with letter, 46 Pence 





different. Very fine 25 


Charles 1. Extremely fine and extremely rare 


9 


66 Two Uniface medallions, made of paper money destroyed 


67 


69 


70 


71 


72 


73 


74 


75 


76 


77 


by order of United States Treasury, estimated $3,000, 
National Currency Souvenir Co., Washington; one 
has bust of Washington, the other the Capitol at 
Washington. 4in. diam. Rare 2 


A’, Edward III., Noble, 13851-1356, rev. m.m. crown, lys over 
lion in second quarter. Very good i 


AN’, Edward IV., Ryal, m.m. on reverse only, a crown. Fine 
and scarce I 


N, Henry VIII., Angel, m.m. lys ; George III., Sovereign and 
Half-Sovereign, 1817 3 


A’, James I., Unite, m.m. mullet, 1611; Charles I., Unite, 
type 1A, m.m. heart, 1629. Very good state 2 


AR, William I., Penny, bonnet type ; Henry II., Tealby type 
Penny ; Groats of Henry VIII. and Charles I., Aberyst- 
with ; Shillings, James I., m.m. lys ; Charles I., Oxford, 
1643 ; and Scotch 12/— piece. All fine 7 


AR, Groats, Edward IV., heavy coinage ; Richard III., m.m. 
rose and sun (2), both London Mint. Fineand rare 3 


/R, George III., pattern Crown, by Mudie & Mills, vev. four 
shields cruciformly. Very fine and scarce 1 


AR, Maundy coins, eight complete sets, including “‘ Wire 
Money, 1792” ; pewter Farthing of Charles IT. 33 


AR, Maundy coins, Charles II. to George V. Many fine 100 


Greek and Mioman Coins. 


AR, Tetradrachms of Antiochus VIII. and Philip Philadelphus 
of Syria, Alexander IV. of Egypt, and Aradus in 
Pheenicia, B.C. 71. All fine 4 


7R, Tetradrachms of Macedon, Alexander the Great, symbol 
ivy leaf; Alexander III., symbol crescent ; and one of 
Roman period, AESILLAS. Very fine 3 


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AX, Drachms of Polyrhenium in Crete, and Alexander the 
Great ; Staters of Tarentum and Corinth. The first 
vave, very good 4 


Electrotype copies of rare Greek Tetradrachms and Staters. 
In the finest condition 1§ 


Electrotype copies of rare Greek Didrachms and Drachms, 
In the finest condition 2 


7R, Roman Sestertii, from Macrinus to Postumus, including 
a good coin of Hostilian . 18 


AR, Staters of Metapontum, incuse type (3); others of 
Tarentum, srd Century 8°C. (9) 12 


AZ, Greek Bronze of many states, includes 70 of Phcenicia 
175 


ZE, Roman Sestertius of Drusus, vev. caduceus between cornu- 
copie, out of which protrude children’s heads 


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Aureus of Valentinian I., and another of Valens. Both 
pierced 


A, Constantine XIII., Ducas (1059-67) ; cup-shaped No- 
misma. Two, both very fine : 
A, Solidus of Zeno, vave; and Triens of Justinus I. Both 


very fine 


A’, Sovereigns of George III., 1820, and George IV., 1821; 
George III., Quarter Guinea, 1762. All fine 3 


AR, U.S.A., Dollar, 1799. Very fine state, and rare 


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Half-Crowns (5); countermarked Spanish Dollar, and 
37 lesser coins ; also bronze coins and medals a parcel 


AX, Early German Bracteates, varied types 


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92 -R, Crowns, Charles II., 1678; James II., 1686 two; 
William III., 1695 and 1696; Anne, 1707, post-Union 
type. Fine 6 


93 AR, Miscellaneous English and Foreign silver (88); also 
bronze coins and tokens a parcel 


94 Napoleonic bronze medals, about 180 medals, commemorating 
his victories amd other exploits, contained in four book- 
form leather-covered cases. All very fine 4 


95 Mudie’s series of medals on British Victories (Wellington’s 
Peninsular Campaign, &c.), 40 bronze medals, in book- 
form case. Very fine 40 


96 Dassier’s medals of English Kings and Queens, William I. 
to George III., including Cromwell. Very fine, in 
mahogany case 35 


97 Thomason’s series of Scientific and Philosophical medals, 
16 pewter medals, in bookform case. Very fine 16 


98 Pierced and engraved silver box, containing 47 pieces of 
Maundy money | 


98a AX, Alexander the Great, Tetradrachm; Philip and Mary, 
Shilling, 1555 ; Elizabeth, milled Sixpence ; Charles I., 
Crown, Tower Mint, m.m. triangle. Very good 4 


98B AX, Crowns, Charles II. (4), James II., 1687, William III., - 


1696 (3), Anne, 1713; MHalf-Crowns, Charles II., 
James II., William and Mary, William III., Anne, 
George I., and George II. (11) 20 


98c AX, English hammered and milled coins, and a few foreign 105 


A collection of coins, contained in well-made mahogany wall 
cases glazed so as to show both sides of each coin 


99 Case containing 50 large silver coins, including Crowns of 


George III. and Victoria 1 
100 —— 72 coins, mostly sz/ver, includes Kruger Pond, 1898 | 
101 —— About 130 small coins, mostly silver, including Kruger 


Half Pond, 1895 


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Two cases containing about 180 coins, silver, bronze, and 


nickel, including Kruger coins 2 
Three cases containing 150 bronze coins and tokens 3 
Four cases containing 320 bronze coins and 11 in salver 4 


7R, Cromwell Protector, Crown 1658, by T. Simon, the usual 
flaw clearly showing. Very fine and toned 1 


AR, Crowns of Charles II. 1662, William III. 1696, Anne 
1707 (pre-Union type) and Victoria 1844 4 


Cabinets and MWooks. 


Large mahogany cabinet fitted with 50 shallow drawers, 
arranged in two tiers, each drawer fitted with a pierced 
coin tray, folding doors, lock and key. Height 40i., 
width 35in., depth 191n. 1 


Ruding, Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain, 1840 edition 


3 vols. 
Snelling, View of the Coins of England, 1763 edition, with 
plates i 

A parcel of Numismatic books 
Two small mahogany cabinets 2 


Small mahogany cabinet fitted with seven drawers, folding 
doors, lock and key 


War Wedals dnd Decorations. 


Waterloo 1815 (Paymaster-Sergt. R. Philips, 33rd Regt. 
Foot). Fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (John Harlow, 3rd Batt. 14th Regt. Foot). 
Very fine 1 





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Waterloo 1815 (John Butcher, Grenadier Guards). Fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Peter M’Mullen, Ist Batt. 27th Regt. Foot). 
Very rare to this regiment I 


Military General Service, two bars—Martinique, Guadaloupe 
(H. Davidson, Gunner, Royal Artillery). Fine and 
rare 1 


Naval General Service, one bar—Basque Roads 1809 (Joseph 
Harvey). Very fine l 
*.* Served on H.M.S. Resolution. 


One bar—Java (Thomas Goodriche). Fine 1 
*.* Served on H.M.S. Leda. 


One bar—St. Sebastian (Owen Anning). Fine I 


** Served on H.M.S. Revolutionnatre. 


First Burmese War 1826, the East India Company’s medal, 
obv. Lion and Elephant, vev. storming of the Pagoda at 
Rangoon. Fine 1 


Candahar 1842 (Private Michael Rouke, H.M. 40th Regt.), and 
Indian Mutiny medal, Central India, Defence of Luck- 
now (Mule Driver, Artillery) 2 


Punniar Star, 29th Dec., 1843 (Major J. A. Barber, 8th Bengal 
Cavalry). Extra fine ] 


Afghan 1878-79-80 (Surgeon S. L. Dobie, Ist Madras mer 
Cavalry). Very fine 
*.* Retived Surgeon Lt.-Colonel 6th July. 


Afghan, two bars—Ahmed Khel, Kandahar, and Bronze 
Star (R. Hogan, 59th Regt.). Fine and scarce to this 
regiment 2 


— One bar—Waziristan 1919-21 (Pioneers); one bar— 
Waziristan 1921-24 (S. & M.). Both very fine 2 


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128. Indian Frontier, one bar—Afghanistan, N.W.F. 1919. Al 
jine 


129 One bar—Afghanistan, N.W.F. 1919, and Persia, one bar— 
N.W. Persia (Berks Regt.) ; one ae (Ist Dragoo 
Guards). Very fine : 


1294 Afghanistan 1878-80, one bar—Charasia (67th Foot) ; New 
Zealand 1861 to 1866 (18th R. Irish Regt.). Fine 2 


1298 A.G.S., one bar—Somaliland 1902-04 (Capt. Eugenio Finzi, 
Italian Navy). Very fine 1 


129c Transport medal, one bar—S. Africa 1899-1902 (A. Wright). 
Very fine and rare 1 


130 West Africa, one bar—Witu, August 1893 (W. J. Butler, 
H.M.S. Swallow). Fine and scarce 1 


131 Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902, medal for devoted service 
(Burger A. van Nierop), with riband. Very fine 1 


132 Khedive’s Sudan medal, one bar—Jerok. ine and scarce 1 


133 Five bars—Firket, Hafir, Abu Hamid, Sudan 1897, The 
Atbara (Sudanese Regt.). Fine 1 


134 Khedive’s Sudan 1912, one bar—Miri. Very fine and rare 1 


135 Khedive’s Sudan 1912, one bar—Lau Nuer. Very fine an 
vare 


136 African General Service, one bar—Somaliland 1908-10, and 
China.1900 (J. Cardiff, R.M.L.I.). Fine y. 


137 One bar—Somaliland 1902-4 (Rifle Bgde.) ; and medal fo 
Distinguished Conduct in the Field (R. Welch Fusrs.). 
Fine 2 


138 Abyssinia medal (A.H.C.); Ashanti 1873-4, and Long 
Service medal (A.H.C.) 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


15 





Africa General Service, six bars—N. Nigeria, Aro 1901-1902, 
N. Nigeria 1902, N. Nigeria 1903, N. Nigeria 1903-4, 
N. Nigeria 1904 (Pte. Mazawoje, N. Nigeria Regt.). 
Fine I 


Boer war medal, three bars—Relief of Mafeking, Kelief of 
Ladysmith, Transvaal (Imperial Light Horse); with 
three bars (Lieut. J. C. Guest, Impl. Yeomanry) ; with 
three bars (Lieut. T. G. A. Rose, Thorneycroft’s M.1.) ; 
and without bar (Lieut. D. W. Abbott, R. Munster 
Fusrs.). Fine 4 


Glazed frame enclosing medals for China 1842, and Baltic 
1854-55 (F. Curtis, H.M.S. Belleisle), and two silver 
boatswain’s whistles. Fine 4 


A family group of medals, mounted in glazed frame, Military 
General Service, one bar—Vittoria (H. Dinwiddie, 
Clerk, Commissariat Dept.), silver medal for Acre and 
the corresponding miniature medals; Ashantee medal 
1873—4 (R. Dinwiddie, Asst. Paymaster, H.M.S. Druid) ; 
Egypt, one bar—The Nile 1884-85, and Khedive’s 
Star (L. Dinwiddie, C. & T.C.). All fine 7 


Four medals to Qr. Master and Capt. T. G. Coulson, R. Irish 
Regt., India, two bars—Samana 1897, Punjab Fron- 
tier 1897-98, War, Victory and Long Service medals 
(last re-engraved) 4 


Three medals to G. Alexander, R.E., War medal 1914-18, 
and George V. medals for Meritorious Service and Good 
Conduct. Very fine 


Gold badge of the Lesser George of the Order of the Garter. 
Fine 1 


Gold and silver enamelled Star of the Order of Francis 
Joseph of Austria. <A very fine piece 1 


Edward VII., Delhi Durbar medal 1903 (Lieut. G. D. Paken- 
ham, 39th Garhwal Rifles). Fine | 


Waterloo medal (23rd Light Dragoons), and India medal, one 
bar—North-West Frontier 1908 (R. Munster Fusrs.) 2 


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149 


150 


158 


159 


160 


16 


The War medal 1914-18, and medal for Distinguished Con- 


duct in the Field, both to Serjt. J. A. Bibby (R. weed 
Fusrs.). Fine 


Edward VII., The King’s Police medal, instituted 1909, odv. 
bust of the king, vev. warrior with shield inscribed 


“To Guard my People.” Very fine ] 
George V., the King’s Police medal, similar to above, but — 
with bust of King George V. Fine 1 
The Distinguished Service Cross, in case of issue, with hall- 
mark of year ofissue. Very fine 1 
George V., India pattern, “‘ Meritorious Service ’’ medal 
(61st Pioneers). Very fine 19 


Victorian Long Service medal and Edward VII. Meritorious 
Service medal, both to Qr. Mr. Serjt. R. Rourke, RK. “ 
Very fine, the latter very rare 


An officer’s Air Force Cross, 1918, in case of issue. Fine and 
vare 1 


The Hong Kong Plague medal 1894 (Pte. E. Griffiths, S.L.I.). 
Mint state 


Silver medal of the 11th Middlesex Volunteers, Life member’s 
ivory pass of the National Rifle Association, and 
plaque of the Mines de Lens, 1899, in case 


1914-15 Star, Victory medal, and Russian medal for Dis- 
tinguished Service, all to R. Lindley, H.M.S. Jupiter ; 
War medal 1914-18, and Persia, two bars—N.W. Persia, 
Iraq (Liverpool Regt., &c.). Fine 5 


War medal, Victory medal, and Persia, one bar—lIraq 
(Pte. F. M. Parsonage, R.A.) ; medal for Distinguished 
Conduct in the Field (R.F.A.). Fine 4 


A fine old Volunteer medal, Queen’s Royal Volunteers, Ist 
Batt.; Prize medal given by Captain Granville, 
6 April, 1804 J 


Royal Irish Constabulary, Reward of Merit (P. C. Watson, 
1920); and medal of the Dundee Volunteers for 
Service in South Africa. Fine 2 





162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


170 


171 


172 


173 


174 


17 


Two oval hall-marked Georgian Scholastic medals, /inely 
engraved ; and medal of the Institute of Naval Archi- 
tects. Fine 3 


Victorian Long Service medals—35th Regt., dated 1848; 
Scots Guards, 1855; Ist Life Guards; and Royal 
Horse Guards 4 


War medal 1914-18, and Military medal (R.A.M.C.) ; Mili- 
tary medal (R.A.M.C.). Very fine 3 


1914 Star, War, Victory and Military medals (R. West Kent 
Regt.). Very fine 4 


French Tricolour, silk with bullion fringe, inscribed in gold 
letters Empire Francais Gendarmes Veterans ] 


French Tricolour, silk with bullion fringe, inscribed in a 
letters Honneur, Force, Discipline 


French Tricolour, silk with bullion fringe, inscribed in gold 
letters Republique Frangaise l 


A square of beadwork mounted on cloth, with the colours, 
badges and regimental honours of the 55th Regt. | 


Helmet plate of the 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers, Georgian 
period, with Royal Monogram, regimental motto, and 
Sphinx J 


Oval silver cross-belt plate of the Framlingham Volunteers ; 
and another in copper-gilt of the Hale Hall ie 
Lancashire 


Cross-belt plate of the 73rd Regiment, the regimental number 
between two thistles, crown above, with scroll inscribed 
Mangalore 1 


Enamelled chain of Office and apron of the Royal Ante- 
diluvian Order of Buffaloes, in japanned case | 


Old Scottish Regimental Colours, by Andrew Ross, 1885, 
with coloured plates; The Wellington Memorial, by 
Major Griffiths, 1897. Fine 2 


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177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


184 


185 


186 


18 


A large black medal cabinet, 33in. by 2lin. by 12in., with six 
covered slide-in trays 1 


West African Frontier Force, special medal for Long Service, 


Proof state 1 


Canada, one bar—Fenian Raid 1866 (30th Regt.). Very fine 
1 


Silver medal of the South Devon Militia 1799; and hall- 
marked silver cross, given for Bravery by the British 
North Borneo Company Z 


War 1914-18, Victory, and Territorial medals (Hampshire 
Yeomanry) 3 


Egypt, one bar—The Nile 1884-85 ; Long Service medal and 
star (Ist R. Highlanders) ; 1914-18 War, Victory and 
Special Reserve medals (Suffolk Regt.). 6 


At About 3.30 p.m. 
FIRE INSURANCE MARKS. 


Collected by the late D. C. Mackie, Esq. 


Each mounted on polished wood shield, 
as exhibited in the Pump Room at Bath Spa. 
ATHENAEUM, oval porcelain mark, with head of Athene, 
inscribed “‘ Athenaeum Fire Office,’ the design being 
white upon a blue ground. Perfect, and of great rarity 1 


BATH-SUN-FIRE, three copper marks, the Sun in his glory, 
“ Bath-Sun-Fire ”’ below 3 


BIRMINGHAM, large copper mark, fireman and engine, “ Bir- 
mingham ”’ below ; small copper mark, dated 1805 2 


—— A similar pair of copper marks 2 


BRIsTOL UNION, rectangular iron mark, inscribed “ Bristol 
Union ”’ 1 


—— A similar iron mark 1 





187 


189 


190 


191 


192 


193 


194 


198 


199 


200 


201 


19 


HAND-IN-HAND, a fine old lead mark, No. 37933, gilded a 
pierced work 


NEWCASTLE, a fine old lead mark, with arms of city, No. 398 
on label below. Rare ] 
PHOENIX, oval copper mark, “ Phoenix ’’ on label below ; 


and rectangular iron mark of the Phoenix of Hartford, 
U:S.A; 9 


—— Two oval copper marks, one with small, the other with 
large, lettering ; another, numbered 307516 3 


PROTECTOR, large copper mark, fireman holding hose, “ Pro- 
tector ’’ below, traces of original gilding. Very fine 1 


—— Two large copper marks, asin last lot. 2 


QUEBEC, oval copper mark, rave ; and another, of the Queen 
Insurance Company 2 


RoyAL EXCHANGE, large lead mark, in high relief, No. 92491 
on label. Very fine ] 


—— Smaller lead mark, pear-shaped, No. 195559 on label. 
Very fine 1 





Lead mark, as last, No. 191029. Not quite so fine ] 


—— Narrow lead mark, without number l 


SCOTLAND, copper mark, inscribed “ Insurance Company 
of Scotland.” Rare 


SALAMANDER, oval lead mark, the animal amidst flames, 
No. 542 on label below. Very fine and rare ] 


SHROPSHIRE AND NORTH WALES, copper mark, with Welsh 
plumes in relief, the ‘“‘ North Wales”’ below plumes 
inverted 


—— Copper mark, similar to last, but with “‘ North Wales ”’ 
upright I 


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202 


203 


204 


205 


206 


207 


208 


212 


213 


214 


215 


216 


217 


20 


Sun, lead mark, No. 481975, with traces of original gilding, 
and copy of policy, dated 26th August, 1783 


—— Lead mark, No. 190031, mounted with copy of po 
dated 14th June, 1762 


——Small copper mark, with flanges; and larger mark, 
date 1710 


—— Large copper mark, dated 1710; and gilt badge, 
representing the Sun, probably a staff head. 2 


WESTMINSTER, fenestrated lead mark, No. 27932 on label 
below. ype state 


— — Lead mark, closed design, No. 51905 on label, traces of 
gilding ] 


WEST OF ENGLAND, shaped copper mark, with large figure of 
King Alfred ; and another, oval, WEST above, ENGLAND 
below 2 


—— Two copper marks, as in last lot 2 


——— Copper mark, ‘‘ West of England’ above figure, 
“ Exeter ’’ below ; and a similar mark in iron Z 


—— Two copper marks, similar design, one with large, the 
other with small, lettering 2 


—— Early copper mark, with label for painted number ; and 
later oval copper mark. Very fine 


—— Asimilar pair of copper marks. Not so fine a condition 2 


YORKSHIRE, two copper marks, with view of the ae 
dated 1824 2 


FIREMAN’S ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA, heavy cast iron 
mark, with hose and hydrant in relief ] 


—— A similar cast iron mark l 


—— Another, similar des gn, but in lower relief ] 





218 


219 


220 


221 


222 
223 


224 


225 
226 


227 


228 
229 


230 


231 - 


21 


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, round iron mark, diam. 13in., 
having in relief a manual fire engine, and F. I. Co. below 
] 


UNITED FIREMAN’s INSURANCE Co., heavy cast iron mark, 
steam fire engine in relief, U —F either side, policy 
number below 1 


— A similar cast iron mark, but rather larger, and the 
name in full l 


Small iron marks of the North America, Pennsylvanian, 
Providence, Washington, America (of New York), 
Transatlantic, and Reliance ¥j 


Cast iron property marks of the Drapers’ Company and of 
St. Thomas’ Hospital 2 


Five varied firemen’s badges, and silver badge of the Gold- 
smiths’ Company 6 


Two books, policies, papers, &c., relative to fire insurance 


ANOTHER COLLECTION. 


AYLSHAM NEW ASSOCIATION, circular mark, struck in brass. 





Rare 1 
NORWICH, early lead mark, with arms of the city, NORWICH, 
and number 2463 on labels below 1 
—— A similar lead mark, policy No. 2748 ] 


—— Early copper mark, with clasped hands; and large 
mark, with figure of Justice 2 


Copper marks of the Atlas, Manchester, and Phoenix 
Companies 3 


ROYAL EXCHANGE, large lead mark, No. 74177. Fine I 


——- Two similar lead marks, Nos. 157777 and 83259. Both 
damaged 2 


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12 


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232 


233 


239 


240 


241 


242 


243 


244 


245 


246 


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Sun, two lead marks, Nos. 561507 and 659635. Both parnted, 
gilded 2 


Modern marks of the Baloise, Hamburg-Bremen, Hong-Kong, 


New Zealand, Salamander of Amsterdam, and three 
others oi 


The Property of A. R. Christopherson, Esq. 
SUFFOLK FIRE OFFICE, rectangular lead mark. Rare 1 


SUFFOLK AND COUNTY, copper mark, with fleece and plough. 
Rare 


SUFFOLK STAR, early lead mark. Very rare 1 
Norwicu UNION, lead mark, clasped hands, in oval frame 1 


—-— Copper mark, with arms of Norwich, No. 15058 on tablet 
below 1 


—- A similar copper mark, No. 7122 1 
—— Lead mark, arms on small shield. Rave 1 


——— Copper mark, clasped hands in oval; and iron mark, 
with figure and clasped hands 2 


HAND-IN-HAND, lead marks, with open and closed crowns, 
Nos. 93677 and 104483 2; 


—— Lead mark, closed crown, No. 102993 ; and copper mark, 
with name of the Company 


EssEX SOCIETY, copper mark, with shield in circle. Rare 1 


WESTMINSTER, lead marks, open portcullis, No. 3480; and 
closed portcullis, No. 46620 2 


HIBERNIAN, oval lead mark, harp crowned, policy number 
3636 below 1 





BIRMINGHAM, copper marks, large and small sizes; and 
modern iron mark 


248 


249 


250 
251 


252 


253 


254 


255 


258 
259 


260 


261 
262 


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263 


264 


23 


SALOP, lead mark, with arms of the Borough of Shrewsbury, 
No. 5761 below ; and a similar copper mark 2 


CouNTY, two rectangular marks, in copper, large and small 
sizes 2 


INSURANCE CO, OF SCOTLAND, copper mark, regalia as device | 


PHOENIX, oval lead mark, label numbered 13756 below ; also 
copper mark, similar 2 


FRIENDLY Society (of Edinburgh), clasped hands, No. 2581 
on tablet below. Rare 1 


EssEX ECONOMIC, octagonal copper mark | 


Sun, lead marks, Nos. 69009 and 415214, latter with original 
gilding 9 


—— Lead marks, Nos. 143277 and 656399; also modern 
circular iron mark 3 


BATH-SUN-FIRE, circular iron mark ; and another, in copper 


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of the Norwich Union 2 
BRITISH COMMERCIAL, oval lead mark l 
BRITISH UNION, square iron mark I 


BRITISH, circular lead mark, lion in relief; and a similar 
mark, in copper 2 


IRISH GENERAL, lead mark, Phoenix within square. Very 
l 


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GUARDIAN, iron mark ; PROTECTOR, copper mark 2 
WESTERN (of Plymouth), iron mark. Rave 1 


LONDON ASSURANCE, copper mark; and another of the 
Union (of London), four clasped hands 2 


RoYAL EXCHANGE, large lead mark, No. 79674; and small 
pear-shaped lead mark 2 


—— Large lead mark, No. 34954 ; and narrow lead mark 2 


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266 


267 


269 


270 


271 


272 


273 


274 


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WEST OF ENGLAND, four iron marks, all different variants 


HANTS AND DORSET, iron mark. Rare 






ATLAS, rectangular copper mark ; LICENCES AND GENERAL, 
oval iron mark 


YORKSHIRE, copper mark ; and a modern iron plate 


FARMERS’ copper mark; and others of the IMPERIAL and 
Royal Companies . 3 


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HAND-IN-HAND, lead marks, with open and closed crowns. 
Good specimens ) 


BRITISH, copper mark, lion with tail between legs; and 
another, of the SUN Company 9 


ROYAL EXCHANGE, oval numbered lead mark ; and another 
without number plate 


NoRwIcH UNION, copper mark, with arms of city, NORWICE 
on label below 


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